TD Madison, a leading provider of executive recruitment and technical employee training to the cable and broadband industry, is proud to announce the one-year anniversary of its relationship as a provider of training instructors to the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE).
TD Madison is the trusted source of technical instructors to the SCTE’s training boot camps and vertical courses, ensuring that SCTE members benefit from the experience and knowledge of the most qualified technical instructors in the industry.
In the past year, TD Madison has provided technical instructors for the SCTE’s DOCSIS 3.1 Boot Camps, and Fiber Optics, CISCO Academy, Linux, and Broadband Premise training throughout the US for Comcast, Cox, Charter/Spectrum, and MasTec. In addition, TD Madison has provided subject-matter experts to support the SCTE’s content development efforts, which include WiFi, Fiber Optics, and Broadband Premise course-work alongside translation services.
“We are pleased to be able to support Mark Dzuban and the SCTE in its efforts in making their courses the best in the industry,” commented Dean Madison, CEO of TD Madison. “As the industry continues to advance in the next generation of technical services, high-quality training will lay the foundation for the industry over the next decade and beyond.”
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers provides a comprehensive range of technical and standards training, professional development services, and research leadership to the cable and broadband industry. Its members create cutting-edge telecommunications services and products built on technology that rapidly evolves in response to new engineering approaches and scientific research, generating a strong demand for training in new technologies and standards.
By working with TD Madison, the SCTE avails itself of a deep pool of training professionals with relevant expertise and experience. TD Madison works closely with its clients in the cable and broadband industry to develop an in-depth profile of their training requirements, before supplying exhaustively assessed and referenced training professionals.